Come join us...

The King Valley lays on a feast of things to see, taste and do over the Queen’s Birthday weekend.


The Queen's Birthday Weekend is normally a time when our whole region combines under the Wines of the King Valley banner and runs a regional event, Weekend Fit For A King. In 2020, we were unable to do this with the COVID-19 travel and event restrictions. In 2021, we took a cautious approach and easing back into it by encouraging all of our wineries to run their own experiences over the weekend. There was no formal region-wide ticket with a wine glass to use everywhere. The concept of our visitors using one glass, while traveling across the entire region raised too many health concerns to make it worth considering at that point in time.

We are in the planning phase of how the 2022 event over Queen's Birthday Weekend will look... But you can be guaranteed there will be plenty of delicious food, wine tastings, and entertainment to enjoy as always. All wineries are committed to COVID-18 safe practices to protect visitors and staff.

As we have the information to hand, we will add details to each winery's section. Also please check their individual websites and social media for latest news...

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Getting here

The Hume Freeway, the Maroondah and Midland Highways, and the Great Alpine Road feed into the region – the journey from Melbourne is a comfortable 3 hours, or 4 hours from Canberra. All roads leading to the region are sealed, and offer spectacular views.

Albury Airport facilitates daily flights between Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney and Brisbane, operated by Qantas Link, REX, Virgin Airlines and JETGO. All major rental car agencies are based at the airport. Wangaratta railway station is on the main Sydney-Melbourne rail link.

Staying here

If you'd like to stay in the valley, look for accomodation in Milawa, Oxley, Moyhu, Myrrhee, King Valley, Whitfield or Cheshunt.

Check out local options

Or, if you'd like to explore one of the other beautiful towns of the High Country when you visit, try Wangaratta, Albury, Wodonga, Beechworth, Bright, Myrtleford or Porepunkah.

Look further afield

Getting around

There are lengthy distances between many of our wineries. We recommend planning your itinerary in advance and carpooling with a group of friends.

Local operators offer shuttle services, public tours and private hire for our festivals. Search for North East Coachlines, Warrawee Busline and King Valley Winery Tours.

Something else?

If you have a question about planning your itinerary, distances between wineries or anything else, please get in touch via the 'Send us a message' button at the bottom of this screen - we would be delighted to help.

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Participating Wineries